Speaking to ANI, Congress leader Shobha Oza said the soaring inflation that too before the monsoon was turning into a major cause for worry. \u201cWhen pulses were Rs. 70 per kg and tomatoes Rs. 30, the BJP came down on the Congress citing inflation, saying \u201cAb Ki Baar Modi Sarkar\u201d. And now, thanks to \u2018Achhe Din\u2019, tomatoes have hit Rs. 100 per kg and pulses are selling at Rs. 200,\u201d she said. Also Read:\u00a0Narendra Modi government is breaking all records on price rise: Congress Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had on Wednesday chaired a high-level meeting with Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan and Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh on rising inflation. They discussed measures to keep prices of essential commodities in check. Meanwhile, Industry body, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI), has asked the government for a \u201cmore proactive management\u201d of food supply, adding that it hopes \u201cinflation will remain within the RBI's indicative trajectory\u201d. Tomato prices have doubled to an average Rs. 80 kg across the country due to crop damage. In Hyderabad, it is selling for Rs. 100 kg. Potato and onion prices are up too. Retail prices of pulses are high at over Rs. 170 per kg. Pulses\u2019 price has remained in double digits since January 2015 and stood at 35.56 percent in May.